Strawberry Time

Home » News » Strawberry Time
strawberry

Pick Your Own

It's fun to pick your fruit locally.

We've been told about Poynton Fruit Farm.

A good way for children to discover that fruit and vegetables are not produced in supermarkets, but are actually grown in fields and farms.

It's also good to know that here they use a minimal spray policy, so there may be weeds, but the fruit is not covered in chemicals.

Parking is free, and then you go to the cabin to find out which fruit is ripe. Pick up punnets or baskets and go and pick your fruit. Return to the cabin and pay!

Open Wednesday 13.00-19.00 Saturday & Sunday 10.00-18.00. It's definitely worth checking their Facebook page or phoning first — to check what's available.

Address: Poynton Fruit Farm, Coppice Road, Stockport, Cheshire SK12 1SW Telephone: 01625 850320

More news from Henbury

police
Henbury Webteam: Thu 02 Aug 10:37am

In recent weeks we have experienced high periods of demand on the 101 service which means that people have been waiting longer than normal during peak times.This is a national issue that many other forces are also experiencing but we are pleased to report that the picture has improved in Cheshire.There were a number of reasons behind the increase in demand including the unexpected and...

United Utilities
Henbury Webteam: Thu 02 Aug 10:27am

Good news from United UtilitiesThe work we have been doing to conserve water supplies and abstract water from other sources combined with the help from customers in reducing their own usage as well as the recent rainfall and slightly cooler temperatures means we are now in a position to call off the hosepipe ban planned for this weekend.This decision has been taken in the context of the...

Update
Henbury Webteam: Fri 27 Jul

Planning Applications for sites either side of Chelford Road:17/4034M17/4277M18/0294MFollowing the abrupt postponement of decisions on the above planning applications back in March, Cheshire East Council have now re-opened all three applications for further comments. The applications propose a total of 232, 135 and 31 homes respectively.This follows pressure from Henbury Parish...